James, Alison
June 2001
Daily Variety;06/21/2001, Vol. 272 Issue 14, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that French satellite platform TPS is rumored to be planning the fall 2001 launch of a sports/film challenger to Canal Plus' premium television channel. Restructuring of the premium channel of Canal Plus; Amount to be spent by Canal Plus on sports and films; Exclusive sports and movie rights held by TPS.


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